The Most Overlooked Colour for Exteriors

It’s newsletter time again and this month it’s dedicated entirely to exteriors. I’m gathering all my exterior posts so that they will be in one place with the addition of my special article written especially for my subscribers (it’s free, click here if you would like to receive it): The Most Overlooked Colour for Exteriors.

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Related posts:

5 Steps to Choosing the Right Exterior Colours

The Best Exterior Trim Colours—NOT Cloud White

How to Pick Exterior Colour without a Designer

 

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  1. Looking forward to it Maria! I always learn something new from your blog posts and newsletter!

    Have a GREAT Day! 🙂

  2. Maria,

    Great as we are outside more to notice the exterior and texture surfaces of many things and colors.

    Bette

  3. Charlotte's Color Specialist

    I get so wrapped up with interior colors I hardly notice the exterior! I'll keep my eyes open for more colorful posts on it.

  4. Three cheers for newsletter time!

    Thanks for stopping by Gg – Notes on the Journey. Always love your visits.

  5. I always love receiving your newsletter. I learn something new each month! Have a wonderful weekend, Maria.

    xo
    Brooke

  6. A house in my town should have followed these steps. They built a Victorian style home with gorgeous architecture and painted it YELLOW! Not the beautiful, buttery, rich yellow. NEON! What a waste of a gorgeous home!
    Lila Ferraro
    Queen Bedroom Sets

  7. Maria- I just discovered your blog and I love it. I have a very hideous color scheme on my exterior right now-all the wrong moves. Dark teal trim, yellowish stone, white stucco, light brown asphalt roof, and orangey-wood front doors. Not sure what to do. I can't afford to repaint entirely right now, and so I'd like to just repaint the trim and front doors. Any advice? Thanks.

  8. Hi Ann,
    How about a dark brown to relate to the roof? You can't do black (which would be my first choice) because your roof is not black but brown would work.
    Hope this helps,
    Maria

  9. Hi Maria,
    I am very much looking forward to your newsletter.
    When painting a front door, is it wrong to paint out the sidelights and surrounding trim and possibly the storm door in the same colour as the door?
    My front door is a mess right now and needs a good ‘facelift’ including its hardware.
    Love your ebook! Thanks for being there.
    Mattie

  10. Good Morning, Maria – I so love this house and also all the beautiful front doors in the 10 best front door colors. Will you consider a post about storm doors? We really feel more comfortable (safe) in our city row house with a storm door, but I really dislike our current door. How does one choose a storm door color? Our porch light appears to be bronze, but i think is really aged brass and our front door hardware is brass… Thank you so much. I am learning a ton from your posts!

  11. Getting ready to paint the exterior of our lake house. I don’t have a clue. It is a driftwood color on cedar at present. Need help!